All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘aws’

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GMail Alternatives in the PRISM Age: How to Host Your Own Email Server in the Cloud

Update: You may be interested in Filtered, my new open source IMAP-based mail filtering application which includes the capability to encrypt selected messages, removing them from your IMAP or Gmail account. I’ve posted a new tutorial called,¬†How to Install Your Own Private E-mail Server in the Cloud. Background & Motivations The concept of privacy is rapidly under threat as technology …

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How to Install WordPress in the Amazon Web Services Cloud

In a day and age where people routinely post their thoughts on Facebook, an unlinkable, unsearchable, corporate-controlled walled-”garden”, I’m a big fan of owning your own blog. Not only does it give you full creative control, but it’s free of censorship,¬†gives you full ownership, is optimized for search engines and is fully linkable and shareable. While WordPress.com may be suitable …

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Making WordPress Faster with Apache, Varnish and W3 Total Cache on Amazon AWS EC2 with CloudFront CDN

Update: There is now a much more complete tutorial to installing Varnish with W3 Total Cache and Amazon CloudFront here. I recently set up this website on WordPress to consolidate my reference materials with my blogging efforts. For a long time, I’d used TypePad but as that service is no longer in active development, I decided to give WordPress another …

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